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Learn from the expertise of Patrick and Sabine Couture, who are the owners and operators of Resting Paws Cemetery & Crematorium Inc.

Paws News June 2020

Looking after your Pets' health during a Pandemic:   Looking after ourselves during this time is difficult enough. Looking after your pet can add stress and anxiety. Visiting a Veterinarian is not fun in normal times. During the Pandemic the Veterinary Clinics...

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Paws News May 2020

Do you have an older or sick pet?   We all have to face the fact that our pets age and will need different care towards the end of life. The links below provide some vital information and we hope is helpful....

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Paws New April 2020

We thought we would  put together some frequently asked questions and answers. Can I get some ashes from a communal cremation? The short answer is NO. In a communal cremation the pets are not kept separate and all the ashes are mixed. If you wish to scatter some of...

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Paws News March 2020

What dangers can Spring bring to our pets? With spring fast approaching dangers lurk beneath the snow. It is our responsibility to make sure that we are aware of our and our pets' surroundings when they are out and about. Snow hides all kinds of nasty things that...

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Paws News February 2020

Pets and Domestic Abuse I found this webpage and it really says everything about domestic abuse and pets. Here in Ottawa we are lucky...we have SafePet ...a rescue who takes in pets from abuse situation while the owner gets help. The pet is returned once the owner is...

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Paws News January 2020

Happy New Year to all of you. With the new year and new decade starting we have started to think what we can do to make our community a better place and look after the environment better. We will continue to support as many charitable causes ( human and animal) as we...

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Paws News December 2019

Cannabis Intoxication in Dogs This information was found at https://wagwalking.com/condition/marijuana-poisoning With the legalisation of Cannabis Veterinary Clinics have seen an increase in Cannabis Intoxication in pets. As pet owners we have to be more vigilant when...

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Paws News November 2019

we are starting our 7th year in business on November 18, 2019. It has been a wonderful experience and helping pet parents say a final good-bye to their furbaby is the most important part for us. We have met extraordinary people and would like to take this opportunity...

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Paws News September 2019

Which toys are safe for our cats? The pet toy market is a huge industry and not all toys are safe for our fur-babies. It is recommended that you supervise your pets during playtime and remove the toys when they are home alone or you can’t watch them.  (this...

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